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Thousands affected by technical glitch at Barclays bank

Barclays bank: Online banking login problems reported in UK | Daily Star

A TECHNICAL glitch that affected thousands of customers of a major high street bank has now been resolved.

Customers had been able to use the mobile phone app, although some mobile banking features had also been affected.

Barclays customers have been struggling to log in to their accounts and get through on the phone after the bank suffered hitches today.

A spokesperson for Barclays Bank said customers can still make make payments and check balances on their Mobile Banking app or through the automated Telephone Banking service.

Barclays, which boasts 24million customers, still hasn't shared specific details on exactly what has caused the issue or when the service will be back up and running.

Barclays customers were told: "You should still be able still make payments to existing payees through mobile banking".

"We're looking into the problem now, and we'll update you here as soon as possible".

The bank also acknowledged that services in their branches were intermittent.

However, throughout the day customers had been tweeting their frustration.

Barclays, which has around 24 million customers, confirmed late on Thursday afternoon that the problems had been fixed.

Earlier this year TSB's huge IT meltdown led to weeks of pain for customers and the eventual resignation of chief executive Paul Pester.

Several business customers reported that they were unable to organise payments to staff for tomorrow.

The lender used Twitter to apologize to customers and said telephone banking and ATMs were working as normal.

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